Members of H.I.M. and AMORPHIS have reportedly joined forces in a grindcore-style side-project called TO SEPARATE THE FLESH FROM THE BONES.
The band, who are opting to keep their identities a "mystery," recently recorded their debut EP, "For Those About To Rot", tentatively due in the spring. A full-length album should follow in the autumn.
"For Those About To Rot" track listing:
01. Infected Rectum (0:49)
02. Breast-Fed By Blood (0:54)
03. Rotten Vagina (0:29)
04. Filthy Cunt (0:52)
05. Genital Massacre (0:43)
06. Chainsaw Fuck (0:56)
07. Die Like A Wimp (0:53)
08. Flesh That Lies Beneath (1:38)
09. Fistfucked 'Til Death (1:05)
10. Spermjerker (1:02)
The group's current lineup is as follows:
Herr Archstein: Guitar & Vocals
Rot Wailer: Bass
Pus Sypope: Drums
Commented Rot Weiler, "On a spiritual level, the band has existed two years. In real life, we have rehearsed once and recorded our first EP, 'For Those About To Rot', in one day. We have no big plans, it's just fun to play grindcore. We are not too serious with this..."
(Thanks: Timo Isoaho / Sonera Plaza Kaista)
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